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Users don't scroll. If it were 1996...

Every designer and coder has heard these comments a thousand times. It was all about “the fold”, a term invented by newspaper printers to describe the physical half-way fold of the newspaper on the newsagent rack – the sensible idea being to put your headline and top story “above the fold” to make sure people see it on the rack. Made sense...

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What happens when luxury property, marketing and technology collide? A sensationally tailored app and an award for ‘Development Marketing’ from the International Property Awards...

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We keep hearing that mobile is increasingly important across the digital realm. We know that most people use Facebook, for example, from a mobile device. We're told that YouTube viewers have shifted to preferring mobiles to consume content. And even general web viewing now has parity across mobile and non-mobile devices, with mobile increasing it's share month by month.

The Mobile Marketing Association has just completed a report that argues that mobile now merits a double digit share of total spend - not just of the digital budget. Useful when we are persuading clients to consider mobile as their primary digital landscape.

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